Design Your Custom Aria Seat

Aria is a modular street furniture system.

Configure Aria seats and benches with the new desktop Build Aria app – simply drag and drop the modules into place, change the colours and switch up the arms and legs.

1. Select your base Aria. Add 1, 2 or 3 seater sections, or connector panels.

2. Experiment with colours and materials for the frames and battens. Apply to the whole seat, or just one section – including the backrest.

3. Add arms. Change the legs between Post, Splay or a combination of both.

4. Take a photo of your masterpiece. Download the image, or email it to yourself. The email will include a code for ordering your Aria configuration.

Build Aria is also available with augmented reality on iPhone and iPad, free to download on the App Store.



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